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a tree new life after you chop it down. >> and if you think you escaped paying tax by buying something online, how that cyber monday purchase could come back to hawn you. -- could come back to haunt you. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, friendly growing method. reporter ian schwartz explas "tree stumping." >>> christmas trees with a conscience. one northern california farm is using a ecofriendly growing method. ewan swartz explains tree stumping. >> reporter: it's the sounds and the smells that bring the family here year after year. this year, little brody was tasked with tackling the tree that easily towers over him. >> timber! >> reporter: how did that go? >> well, tiring. [ laughter ] >> reporter: acres and acres of trees, that's just one of the reasons this family comes here. but also the ecofriendly growing method used at the mcgee christmas tree farm. >> definitely a benefit to us. we try to do things like that around our house. and we can help the environment, that's great. just a bonus. >> you can see this big one was cut. >> reporter: phyllis and mike mcgee grow trees by stump culturing. they a
tax on the rise during the holiday shopping season. when do you need to pay taxes for things you buy online? we'll tell you coming up. >> also ahead, a play of the day that will have you on the edge of your seat. >> cloudy with showers now but get ready, we are headed for the deep freeze! we'll tell you when coming up. >> and even though traffic conditions are pretty light right now over at the bay bridge toll plaza, there is a stalled bobtail truck blocking a lane on the deck. we'll show you where. but first, we want to know what drives you crazy during your commute. you can ask a question or share a gripe by e-mailing crazy@kpix.com. we're pointing to lawrence. what drives you crazy besides lawrence? tweet me at #ewengerkpix. we'll be right back. ,, i love having a free checked bag with my united mileageplus explorer card. i've saved $75 in checked bag fees. [ delavane ] priority boarding is really important to us. you can just get on the plane and relax. [ julian ] having a card that doesn't charge you foreign transaction fees saves me a ton of money. [ delavane ] we can go to any
't forget to add the tax. a new state law that took effect last year requires you to pay sales tax for online purchases, even if the retailer doesn't add it on up front. >> regardless of whether they charge, you actually have to pay the tax if it's not a sales tax at the time of purchase, you are supposed to keep your receipts and pay a tax at the end of the year. not a lot of people do that. >> stores say they are losing business because shoppers aren't forced to pay taxes online. >> i'm dennis o'donnell, the 49ers look to gain ground in the nfc west and the a's add some to the roster. who is going and whose coming, next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, baseball jem soon to be followe >>> shakeup day in the a's organization where second baseman is gone. soon to be followed by colone and the closer. just a couple hours ago, the a's acquired jim johnson from the baltimore orioles. johnson had 101 saves in the last two seasons with baltimore. this move means the grand ball four is not coming back. the a's reportedly signed starting pitcher, scott, to a two-year deal worth $22 million. he was wit
for another few minutes here. score any big deals online? don't forget to add tax. a new state law that took effect last year requires you to pay sales tax for online purchases even if the retailer doesn't add it on up front. business t lers.. >> regardless of whether they charge, you have to pay the tax. if it's not a sales tax at the time of purchase, you're supposed to keep your receipts and pay a use tax at the end of the year. >> brick and mortar stores have long complained they're losing business to online retailers because shoppers aren't forced to pay taxes online. >>> pretty soon the stuff you order online from amazon could be delivered to your door by an unmanned drone. kpix5's allen martin on the new frontier for airmail. >> reporter: from the battlefield to the farm field to your neighborhood park, it was only a matter of time before the drone became part of your shopping experience. >> these are octo copters. these are effectively drones, but there's no reason they can't be used as delivery vehicles. >> reporter: amazon founder and ceo jeff bazos imagines your order rolling of
the tax? a new state law that took effect last year requires you to pay sales tax for online purchases even if the retailer doesn't add it on up front. >> regardless of whether they charge, you actually have to pay the tax if it's not a sales tax at the time of purchase you're supposed to keep your receipts and pay the tax at the end of the year. people don't do it. >> stores are losing business to online retailers because shoppers aren't forced to pay some taxes online. >>> a new planned parenthood facility opening today in san mateo county. it is in the north fair oaks area just outside redwood city. protestors are trying to stop it and as kpix 5's ryan takeo reports, this comes two years after a public backlash prevented the group from opening nearby. >> it's troubling to our community that this kind of healthcare is coming and a breakdown of family values. >> reporter: linda potter has lived in redwood city for 50 years. she and a group of protestors are opposed to the opening of a planned parenthood clinic on el camino real. potter says it's not just about abortion. she says the c
involving an internet sales tax. amazon an overstock.com were appealing the online levy imposed in new york state. but it's a battle imposed with results. what does this mean for online shoppers? >> all i can think about with this story is taxes. this is what it tells us we know now that the price that online retailers get is probably going to go away because that differential is really about tax. they will now be on par with the brick and mortar retailers and they won't have that edge they've had. we'll probably see less showrooming where people go to a store, they look around and pull out their mobile phone and buy the item online. we're going to see a lot more bureaucracy, states find municipalities making it so hard, so complicated, they're going to be dealing with a very tangled tax web. >> the potential tax revenue, though, for manile of these states that they would lose is huge. >> that's why these states are saying i want amazon to collect taxes coming into products coming into our state. we need the revenue. >> especially after the financial crisis. >>
to over 2 thousand but they couldn't pay that kind of tax for that growth and we are the only couldn't in the state of california that had the payroll tax to chu and i and kim got together with tweeter and thought we could forge something but not just give it to them therefore we looked at the whole of market street. we used to having some great places on market street and i understand some of the history that occurred there part of it was because we didn't do transportation well, that caused a lot of the businesses downfall so we survived with a challenge we we felt maybe this was the way to do is it is create an area where we can provide that tax break but only if you locate this and deliver on the jobs you promised. that was a good 2-way street that started an important conversation 0 how we talk with new companies and visit them in do seduce their needs. we have today 4 thousand 8 hundred technical companies because. and i count every single one of the folks that work there >> the consumption on mid market goes from 10 the street to an. we got some pretty good skews because with
double the state's vehicle license fee. the increased tax which would boost the car tax by $100 a year would be used for road repairs and improve public transit. it could save drivers on repairs to flat tires caused by pot holes however it may be a hard sell for voters given california's is among the highest in the country. >>> president obama's approval rating in california continues to slip. 51% approve of the job president obama is doing. 43% disapprove. that number is up 8 points since july. california's view of the direction the u.s. is heading is down. 33% said it is heading in the right direction. 55% say we are off track. >>> california needs nurses but the state needs a way to train them. officials with cal state say qualified students are being turned away. they don't have the funding to hire instructors. some 62al are turning away 80% of -- schools are turning away 80% of students. >>> fog around the bay and at times dense. look at the temperatures from today. 69 in antioch. that was the high. 67 santa rosa. 64 in oakland. temperatures tomorrow and the next few days, low 50s
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the collection of online sales taxes. am ma'am son had sued over the taxes in states where the company lacks a brick and mortar store. online taxes of course big today by some estimates, 130 million of us went on line to take part in cyber monday. people are expected to spend more than $2 billion today, a record for one day online shopping. and by the way, we have a cyber monday shopping guide for you on our website. you'll find it at abc7news.com, look for it under seen on tv. >> black friday just a memory. getting more information now on cyber monday. >> michael fip anney is here fo that. >> have you done any shopping shall? i have a little. there is still time. >> millions of people are shopping today, but here is the question. why? people don't realize that cyber monday began when home computers were expensive and scarce. after a long weekend of shopping in the store, we would return to work on monday and continue shopping at work. so many of us did it that it became known as cyber monday. so with laptops, tablets, smartphones and free wi-fi, is there really a cyber hmonday left? there a
and bridges while putting thousands of people together, but it involves doubling the gas tax. the congressman says the money raised would do more than just fix our crumbling roads and bridges. >> it has the added benefit of being the fastest way to put hundreds of thousands of people to work. >> the plan is expected to face stiff opposition from republicans. congress has not raised the federal gas tax in 20 years. congressman plans on introducing this bill to raise the federal gas tax tomorrow. >>> the house of representativested to overwhelmingly approved a 01 year extension to the ban of plastic -- 10 year extension on the ban for plastic weapons. some want to widen the ban to include weapons produced by 3d printers. the bill was first enacted in 1988 and reauthorized twice since then. it was due to expire december 9th. no word on when the senate will schedule a vote on that bill. >>> who could use stress relief when flying during the holidayest. ed to san francisco international airport is reviewing a program to help travelers relax in a way you might not expect. >> anybody want to pet the
as saying i don't think taking a raise when we just raised taxes on all californians with prop 30 really made sense. another, since california's economy continues to struggle i don't think it is appropriate for me to accept a pay raise. perdeum will go up $163. still, $10 let's than before the cuts. hill says it is needed with the high cost of living in california. >> we don't want it to be just those of the wealthy. we want to make sure that everyone can participate and still live in their communities. >> reporter: etch before this raise, california lawmakers were the highest paid in the nation, but they don't receive pensions. many other states legislatures only meet on a part time basis. in the news room, kpix5. >> by the way the governor's raise is $9,000 and brings his salary to $174,000 a year. lower than governor schwarzenegger salary in 2009. that was $212,000. >>> who's land is it? man's or the mountain lions? the new law that will change how wildlife experts handle the neighborhood. >>> and why a popular bay area parking lot will be closed all this week. wonder why? find out,
't think taking a raise when we raised taxes with prop 30 made sense. another since california economy continues to struggle i do not believe it is appropriate. per diem pay will go up from 142-dollars a day to 163, $10 less than before the cuts. hill says it's needed with the high cost of living in california. we don't want to be just the wealthy, everyone can participate and live in their communities. >> even before this raise california lawmakers were the highest paid in the nation, but they don't receive pensions and many other state legislatures only meet on a part-time basis. >>> a new state law protecting mountain lions is being celebrated by wildlife lovers, s b-1 32 changes the way fish and game officers deal with the officers requiring nonlethal measures if the lion poses no threat to people. >> up to now it was safer just to kill the lion. >> it was a year ago today fish and game shot and killed two orphan cubs. at the time that was the policy, the new law gives authorities more flexibility to capture and relocate errant lions. >>> we begin the climb to cool temperature with
they just increased taxes. >> retailers expect a big day as shoppers are in search of deals on cyber monday the single biggest shopping day of the year for onlive retailers. consumers spent $1.5 billion online last year which is expected to climb higher this year. experts say the best deals can be found today on smartphones, gaming consoles, clothing and shoes and if you are wondering why nothing is getting done at work today, 90 percent of working americans plan to shop for gifts online while her to at work today. 90 percent. people who deny this, have to understand that 90 percent are doing it. 10 percent are lying, right? >> that is right. >> i will take your word for hit. >> good morning, everyone, we have heavy fog along the coast and it is coming into san francisco down the peninsula, as well, and we had a report of someone driving across the golden gate bridge and they pass the tunnel headed in the northbound direction not existent. we have 1.25 mile visibility at half moon bay and 1.75 mile visibility in santa rosa. ten miles for the prosecute of the bay area. the cold front is comi
all benefit from no matter where you live. a property tax check was recently stolen out of a curbside mailbox. to avoid becoming a victim of check fraud or identity theft of any kind police suggest we use big, blue post office boxes on the side of the street. especially when sending bills. don't put them in your mailbox at your home. caught on camera, fremont police hope you will recognize this man and help capture him. detectives posted this on youtube. it shows him rumaging through a drawer during a home break in. police have not revealed what was taken. the theft happened inside a home about 12:30 on saturday afternoon. they got this really quality surveillance tape. >>> a possible kidnapping was caught on ac transit surveillance video. an ac transit driver pulled up to a bus stop in mill pea dislast night. a woman appeared to be trying to board the bus when a man pulled her away and toward the back of a nearby business. the bus driver called 9-1-1, but by the time police arrived both people were gone. >>> developing news. workers plan to work off the job at fast-food outlets acros
in the united states. >> police are wanting residents of a jump in mail theft. a property tax check was stolen from a pale box on the curve. to avoid becoming a victim of check fraud or identity theft, use the big blue mailboxes at the post office especially when you send payments for bills. >> treatment police hope you recognize this man and help capture him. detectives posted this surveillance video on youtube showing the man going through a drawer in a home break in. police have not revealed what was taken, but it happened around 12:30 on saturday afternoon. >> san jose police are looking for stolen officers' badge after someone break interest a personal car of an officer and took the badge. this is what it looks like. they are concerned someone could use it to stop someone and present themselves as an officer. san jose police say if you suspect you have been aspread by someone would could be embarrassnating an officer, call 9-1-1 to verify the identity. >> now, hope you thought of your young plants and your pipes, as cold as it is. >> brrr. up to ten degrees cooler than yesterday morning a
, the prize split three ways, each winner took home 300 million after taxes, not to complain about that. one prize was actually never claimed. a single winner in tuesday's drawing would take home $184 million in cash. >>> coming up next, we continued to track the severe weather all around the country where snow and ice are causing problems for drivers and property owners. we'll be right back. i minut . >>> the winter blast we're feeling here in the bay area is also being felt across this country, oregon is digging out from heavy snow, and in texas, temperatures during the week gave way to freezing temperatures and closing schools, cancelling more than a thousand flights. today's marathon in memphis, tennessee was also cancelled. road crews across much of the country are bracing for a very busy weekend. it is a mess out there. and here in california, check out the time lapse video showing the snow that built up overnight. they reported seeing 18 inches of snow by this morning. meteorologist anthony slaughter is keeping track of all of this. it is cold out there. >> being from boston, of cours
taxes simultaneously and intuffitivelntuitively. >> they are starting to implement that. eventually it will will make out to a human being. >> until then, katie walker's training hard for the 100-meter sprint. she hopes to compete in the 2016 paralympics until brazil. jason is searching for the next do. >> i try to inspire people every day because i think people give up way too easy. i do what i do. i am not super superman. i am jusjason. >> we love watching this and seeing how technology can actually, like, help people feel more human. when you think about it, it's like cold and technical, like inhuman sort of machine. but it was helping people to do things that made them feel like participate. >> thanks, phil. that was such a cool story. crystal, you've got something interesting coming up for us. >> my story will make all of you a little bit jealous. i got to study how technology is being applied to wine making. valley. >> we will check that out after this. consider this: the news of the day plus so much more. >> we begin with the government shutdown. >> answers to the questions n
of the cost of an employee from your tax return ought to be the way you do it not therefore pay them -- pay them wages and therefore not give them application for food stamps. >> this is not going to work next year. it's not going to work. legislature raised minimum wage in california. >> that's california. >> yes. >> but the rest of the nation, the numbers are atrocious. even barack obama, president of the united states, has said it should be at least $10 over whatever period of time he is talking about. so something is going to happen on this issue. now that the reits are looking respectable on the issue, it could happen. >> i am skeptical for voters that a battle measure in california will go for raising minimum wage when it was just raised by legislature. they'll say why should we do this? we just did this? >> i think you are wrong. i believe that any time you become enviewed with the idea that you are going to reduce the cost to government and you can prove that by doing something of this nature the small business people will be probably the only ones that will be lining up. you aren't
be the state of california which estimates it loses about $1 billion in use taxes from online sales. that could pay for 11,000 teachers or 7,000 police officers. in palo alto, david louie, abc 7 news. >>> and sales from the black friday weekend were not what retailers were hoping to see. the national reation federation says people spent a total of $57 went 4 billion between thursday and sunday -- $57.4 billion between thursday and sunday but down 3% from last year. broken down by individual shoppers. each consumer spent about $407 this holiday weekend, down from $423 last year. one retail analyst says aggressive promotions before thanksgiving may have taken some sales away from the black friday weekend. sort of stole the thunder perhaps. >> we've had incredible weather there then through now. >> we have. if you're going shopping, get yourself a heavy coat. to say things are changing is quite an understatement. we've been talking about how unusually mild the weather has been. this week will be remembered for how unusually cold it's going to be. here's live doppler 7 h.d., moisture up to the nort
as saying, i don't think taking a raise when we had just raised taxes on all californians with prop 30 really made sense. another, since california's economy continues to struggle, i do not believe it is appropriate for me to accept a pay raise. per diem pay will also go up from $142 a day to $163. still $10 less than before the recent cuts. hill says it's needed with the high cost of living in california. >> we don't want it just to be those of the wealthy. we want to make sure that everyone can participate and still live in their communities. >> reporter: even before this raise, california lawmakers were the highest paid in the nation. but they don't receive pensions. and many other state legislatures only meet on a part-time basis. in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. >>> it's a good day to look for deals online. cyber monday is under way, the busiest online sales day of the year for retailers. sales are expected to hit a record $2 billion, that's about $500 million more than last year. businesses are hoping for a big online shopping day after a somewhat disappointing weekend. acc
for tax credits. officials say the market place offers employees and employers more options. >>> president obama pledged to continue the fight against aids here in this country and around the globe. he spoke at the white house of the advances the u.s. has made. >> today i am proud to announce we reached our goal, we exceeded our treatment target. helped 6.7 million people. >> yesterday was the 25th anniversary of the world aids day which was marked with ceremonies around the globe. that large ribbon hangs in observance of world aids day. >>> a new poll finds a growing number of voters are critical of president obama's job performance. 51% approve of the president performance. 43% disapprove. the rating is about the same as 5 months ago but those who disapprove has grown from 35% back in july. figures show the president's job performance suffered when asked about his handling about healthcare and foreign policy. >>> in for a change in the weather. let's go to our chief meteorologist bill martin. there will be no mistaking this change. >> big changes. this is a cold weather system. cold sys
-service representative from austin, texas... and our returning champion, a tax attorney from sacramento, california... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. hi, everyone. a tough final jeopardy! that was missed by all three of our players on yesterday's program did them in, except for scott. savvy wager. he didn't win a lot of money -- under $8,000 -- but he's back to play today and try to win more. carlos and tina are the challengers. welcome aboard. good luck. here we go. let's take a look he cegories, shall we?
:00. you can also get the latest info nbc bay area.com. - look, i don't need these, liz. your tax return is the same every year. - actually, i'll have you know that this has been a year of change, howard. i joined an over-40 dance team, i started eating the lettuce on my plate under my onion rings, and i have taken up meditation thanks to my boyfriend criss. - yeah, do you remember what you said to me last year? - this has been a year of change, howard. i'm actually eating the onion part of my onion rings, i started journaling thanks to my exciting relationship with carol, who is a man. although we have done nothing that lesbians could not do. - uh-huh. do you remember what you said to me last year? - i bought a restaurant-grade onion ringer, and i'm having a go at cycling, thanks to my boyfriend wesley, whom i hate. have i never washed this sweater? - look, there's nothing wrong with being predictable. every morning i get up and come to this office while my wife cheats on me with jared. - well, you're wrong. i bought a meditation stool, and...
no matter where you live. a property tax check was recently stolen out of a curbside mailbox. to avoid becoming a victim of check fraud or identity theft of any kind police suggest we use big, blue post office boxes on the side of the street. especially when sending bills. indon't put them in yourx at your home. caught on camera, fremont police hope you will recognize this man and help capture him. detectives posted this on youtube. it shows him rumaging through a drawer during a home break in. police have not revealed what was taken. the theft happened inside a home about 12:30 on saturday afternoon. they got this really quality surveillance tape. >>> a possible kidnapping was caught on ac transit surveillance video. an ac transit driver pulled up to a bus stop in mill pea dislast night. a woman appeared to be trying to board the bus when a man pulled her away and toward the back of a nearby business. the bus driver called 9-1-1, but by the time police arrived both people were gone. >>> developing news. workers plan to work off the job at fast-food outlets across the bay and across th
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. there is no reason why deductibility of the cost of an employee -- from your tax return be the way you do it. they shouldn't give them a cap indication for food stamps. >> this won't work next year. it was raised in california. >> in california, yes. but the rest of the nation. even obama, the president has said it should be at least $10 over whatever measured period of time he's talking about. something will happen on this issue. now that they are making themselves look respectable on the issue. >> i'm skeptic call -- skeptical about this. >> well, i think you are wrong. i believe that any time you become enviewed with the idea the nation will be the ones lining up. you will have google lining up. they will all be for raising their minimum wage. >> you can look at it a couple different ways. it could hurt small business. but with did people having extra money that would help us. >> one says one thing and one says another. >> right. it will cost more but the question is how much more. the trade off is are you helping america workers whether wal-mart or mcdonalds. are we willing to pay for it
the oakland hills looking across the bay toward the north bay. there's mount tax if you look real close, you can see our camera up there which right now is looking back out over the bay toward hercules, rodeo, where we have clear skies but the fog now fathering the coast and its forecast to push in for tonight so we'll have low clouds to start out the morning but then low clouds clear 8-10 and we'll see sunshine midday but then we have a storm coming in for the afternoon and evening that's going to increase the clouds once again and we'll see the chance for sprinkles, best chance is in the north bay tosanta rosa starting around 5:00 p.m. and it continues southbound through the rest of the night but just a few drops is all that's expected. this system will bring in much colder temperatures for the rest of the week that sorts tuesday, lock for gusty and cold north winds for the day temperatures dropping 5-10 degrees from monday to tuesday and it's going to be pretty frigid rest of the week especially in the morning hours. here is future cast temperatures, this is tomorrow afternoon so we're dr
increased taxes. >> what the bay area teen who was set on fire on a transit bus is doing today after leaving the hospital. >> a city spent $3 million on new parking meters and the rope it now is ripping them up. >> traffic on the san mateo bridge -- it shows traffic is back to work. we have nog. we have a cold snap. we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. it's the ultimate sale on the bed clinically proven to improve sleep quality. the sleep number bed. once you experience it, there's no going back. for two days only, queen mattresses start at just $599.99. and save 50% on limited edition innovation or memory foam series beds. plus special financing. only at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort individualized. >>> the clouds are cascading over the north bay hills and we do have mostly fog to start. santa rosa is 39. 34 in napa. 41 in concord. chilly in gilroy at 39. we do have clouds that will increase overnight and they will dissipate by tuesday afternoon. you can see how thick it gets with the cold front coming that will bring a chance of snow showers in the sie
they just increased taxes on california taxpayers. >> how is 9 weather? >> foggy to start. it will burn off but what we are going do have is a cold front making its way that now is sitting over the pacific northwest bringing temperatures to the 30's and 40's at ten or 20-degree difference from 4 hours ago. later this afternoon the fog will burn off and when we hit nighttime increasing clouds and fog returns but we are going to have freezing temperatures overnight so the cold front coming in a massive dry air, mainly, possibility of precipitation in the northeast central coast but mostly we will stay dry headed into tuesday morning. right now, though, we have quarter-mile visibility at santa rosa and ten miles in san carlos and no flight delays, though, at sfo. our wind is calm. that will change tonight. we will have blustery conditions up to 40 miles per hour winds and what you need to know our day planes starting off foggy and it will burn off by noon and mostly sunshine and increasing wind later this afternoon into the evening but temperatures are ramping up to 70 degrees inland and 66 ar
which estimates it loses about $1 billion in use taxes from online sales. that could pay for 11,000 teachers or 7,000 police officers. in palo alto, david louie, abc 7 news. >>> and sales from the black friday weekend were not what retailers were hoping to see. the national reation federation says people spent a total of $57 went 4 billion between thursday and sunday -- $57.4 billion between thursday and sunday but down 3% from last year. broken down by individual shoppers. each consumer spent about $407 this holiday weekend, down from $423 last year. one retail analyst says aggressive promotions before thanksgiving may have taken some sales away from the black friday weekend. sort of stole the thunder perhaps. >> we've had incredible weather there then through now. >> we have. if you're going shopping, get yourself a heavy coat. to say things are changing is quite an understatement. we've been talking about how unusually mild the weather has been. this week will be remembered for how unusually cold it's going to be. here's live doppler 7 h.d., moisture up to the north. shriekin
of california. which estimates it loses about 1 billion dollars in use tax from his on line sales. that could pay for 11,000 teachers or 7000 police officers. in palo alto, david louie abc 7 news. >> teenager whose skirt set on fire returned to school today. sasha of oakland wac the victim of hate crime and while recovering from some severe burns sasha talked about wanting nothing more than than to return to ask and back studying and back with friends. 7 news reporter lee ann has that story. >>reporter: 4 week after being attacked on a bus, 18-year-old sasha fleishman returned to school. there were no celebrations today. just a low key welcome. last thursday sasha talked about being away from school. >> i missed school. and i missed going to class. i missed if being with my friends every day. >>reporter: sasha's mother was excited about this moment. >> i'm great. i'm thrilled. i'm happy that they are back and i hope that they will be able to get back that the swing of studying. >>reporter: month ago sasha was on board an ac transit bus. had fallen asleep when police say a 16-year-ol
for individuals and families. by signing up, some businesses could qualify for tax credits. state officials say the marketplace offers employers and their employees more options when it comes to health coverage. >>> pg and e's top executive tried to reassure a pipeline is safe. it was turned back on today, but at a reduced pressure. a federal judge ordered it shut down last month. the ceo appeared at a meeting of the california public utilities commission today and said the aging pipe has been fixed. the cdc could decide to sue the facility for as much as $15 million. concerns surfaced about the pipeline after an internal pg and e email was made public. that refers to the pipe line explosion three years agatha killed eight people and leveled an entire neighborhood. the cdc's decision on whether to fine pg and e is expected on december 19. >>> operation santa begins tomorrow. the usps is looking for volunteers to help answer some of those letters to santa. volunteers will sift through the letters, and members of the general public can adopt one of them, and help make a christmas wish come true.
. by signing up, some businesses could qualify for tax credits. state officials say the marketplace offers employers and their employees more options when it comes to health coverage. >>> pg and e's top executive tried to reassure a pipeline is safe. it was turned back on today, but at a reduced pressure. a federal judge ordered it shut down last month. the ceo appeared at a meeting of the california public utilities commission today and said the aging pipe has been fixed. the cdc could decide to sue the facility for as much as $15 million. concerns surfaced about the pipeline after an internal pg and e email was made public. that refers to the pipe line explosion three years agatha killed eight people and leveled an entire neighborhood. the cdc's decision on whether to fine pg and e is expected on december 19. >>> operation santa begins tomorrow. the usps is looking for volunteers to help answer some of those letters to santa. volunteers will sift through the letters, and members of the general public can adopt one of them, and help make a christmas wish come true. >>> the yearly monarch
infrared technology that features heat paying particular tax to the creek but nobody was found. >> right now we only have the one reporting party who was the bus driver. so the video gives us another perspective of what occurred. and we will be reviewing the video to see if there is any way to identify the person involved. >> reporter: police say at this point they have not received any tips or leads. they may be releasing that video to the media to help this case. if the woman is safe and she may come forward after seeing the video, investigators say this appears to be an isolated incident but they are treating this as a worse case scenario. reporting live from milpitas janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we are following developing news for you from the south bay. investigators are still on the scene from an early morning fire. it started shortly after 2:00 this morning on the 5400 block of monterey road. the fire department sent out pictures from the fire sent a short time ago. investigators are still looking for a man in his 70s that live in that mobile home. they don't have a
are wanting residents of a jump in mail theft. a property tax check was stolen from the curb mailbox. to avoid becoming a victim, use the big blue mailboxes at the post office when you sending payments in the mail. >> fremont police hope you recognize this man and help capture him. detectived posts this surveillance video on youtube showing him going through a drawer during a home break in. miss have not revealed what was taken which happened snowed >> 41 is the warm spot but the cold spot is what? >> in the mid-20's. we could see changes and we could see 19 before all is done in napa. live doppler 7 hd shows this morning there wasn't any frost because it was so early. it was too early. by now, though, you are dealing with that and the trees warning through friday morning. we will look for the sun after 7:00 and the coldest temperatures after sunrise and what you are dealing with if san francisco, 41 and where we do not have the freeze warning but in oakland below freezing and 28 in redwood city and hose has dropped to 30 and los gatos and half moon is up a few degrees. san francisco will be w
wine institute collected $60 million over the past decade and that winery owners used tax money to advertise and travel to foreign counties. congress is hoping to come up with a budget next week. >>> authorities unsealed a indictment against a couple accusing them to sell cars leased here to customers in asia. it charges them of two dozen counts. the charges include conspiracy to commit wire fraud, money laundering and identity theft. >>> tonight 2 2 investigates. we connected with more small business owners, owners who received letters to pay hundreds of dollars to keep their business names. ktvu's tom vacar continues his investigation into fbn brokers and the owner mark smith. >> reporter: we found more businesses, all sent envelopes containing letters immediately demanding hundreds of dollars from business owners whose business name registrations expired. the letter sender fnb brokers registered the business in their name. >> i am going to fight it and keep my name. this store had to go through something like this 20 years ago. >> reporter: they range from small businesses to
inside working. many here were retired. some like tax consultant victoria have good paying jobs. >> i'm financially secure but i am surrounded by people who are not and it breaks my heart. >>reporter: recent study on wages in the industry found that more than half of the family of front-line fast-food workers are also enrolled in public funded safety net program. but labor says it's difficult unionizing them because of the high turn over rates. >> tomorrow way people can survive apparently is by being off government benefits that's wrong. >>reporter: mcdonald's said today we offer employees competitive pay and benefits. events taking place are not strikes. outside groups are traveling to the mcdonald's and other outlets to stage rally. california restaurant association issued a statement which says in part that doubling the federal minimum wage ignores the economic of running restaurants which generally operate on razor thin profit margin. this is 7 news is that coming up next on 7 news at 9:00. new opportunity news at 9:00. new opportunity for sf. >> the nation oldest black ow
of comprehensive jobs bill, of getting some kind of infrastructure, of getting tax reform which is what businesses say they'll need, he may have to use the next three years to make it work, and this may be what he's left with as his big legacy issue. >> but you write it's not just about the website. there are a lot of challenges ahead about will this thing float? >> the website is not fixed, either, particularly on the backhand. you have to deliver the information to the insurer and you're not getting accurate information to them. they don't know who is signing up. that's the big problem, young people not signing up right now in the numbers they have to to make this work long term, so you'll see problems with people not just losing their insurance policies but beginning to see what these narrow networks in these new policies. i can't keep my doctor, and by the way, maybe the price is not going up in 2014 by policy but by 2015, and that politics is going to roll out and hurt the democrats. >> going on the offensive as he did this week, it certainly plee pleases the base. is it enough to change the
: the biggest opportunity for avoiding sales tax is today. and most americans plan to make the most of it. on this cyber monday. few drivers always follow the rules of the road. stanley roberts shows us some truckers behaving badly. and the 49ers get in some christmas cheer with local children. that's next -- as kron-4 news at six continues. ♪ at kaiser permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. >> pam: holiday shopping was a breeze with members of the 49ers running interference. kron four's rob fladeboe takes you on a very special shopping spree this afternoon in san jose. >> reporter:it was a kind of shopping blitz as 49ers players like eric reid played santa's helper for needy kids. >> reporter:it began with a huddle as players were paired with low-income kids before fanning out across a target store armed with a long list of gift ideas for their families. >> reporter: >> i am getting toys for me and my baby brother. >> to to stand early stuff. >>girly stuff >> if this has been such a tre
for individuals and for families. but by signing up some small businesses could qualify for federal tax credits. >>> a federal report says the commission planning to revoke city college of san fransisco's accreditation should be given one year to fix its own problems. the department of education reports the accrediting commission violated regulations in its review of city college. the commission failed to get enough egg educators on its evaluation teams as required. the report does not recommend taking away the commission's authority. city college stands to lose its accreditation at the end of july. >>> time now 5:46. let's get people moving out the door. hey sal you were keeping an eye on the bay bridge earlier. everything okay out there now? >> yeah, we got lucky dave and pam because there was a crash up there. no one was seriously injured which is always the good news. second of all it didn't stay that long in the lanes. as we look at the bridge and all that, it doesn't look that different from what it normally would look like. in fact, this is kind of a typical delay for about this time of
based on your income, your zip code, to get potentially the tax subsidy as well as potential help with your out of pocket costs. >> and then you can take that plan you can compare it to all the other plans to see if anything is better or worse for you, reliant? >> you can look at that particular option which is the one that is where 70% of the costs are paid by the insurance company, 30% of the costs are paid for you and within that particular metal, there are plan options and then you go to other metals. >> reporter: so there are a lot of options and you can how this is not simple. thank you so much for all your help today. certainly can be complicated and that's what we have the experts here to help. and after today, the phone lines close at 7 p.m. you can head to our website, kpix.com. and we'll be providing more resources for you after our call-in is over today. so again 888-5-helps-u. phone lines are open until 7:00, liz, after that head to kpix.com. >> sounds good. thank you, julie. >>> and still ahead, why some religious activists say a new gap ad is a little too sexy. >>
tax info and income and stuff and i was pleasantly surprised. >> reporter: erin is in her 40s and has health problems but for the new law to work the white house needs millions of healthy young people to sign up to make coverage more affordable for everyone else. the president made his pitch during a white house youth summit wednesday. >> i hope you haven't been discouraged by how hard it's been because stuff that's worth it's always hard. >> reporter: a new harvard university poll shows only 20% of americans under 30 plan to enroll in a healthcare plan as part of the affordable care act. nearly half say they are unlikely to sign up. >> i would rather pay the fine. i don't know how much health insurance is but i know it's more than that. >> reporter: the white house is hoping 7 million americans will sign up by april. susan mcginnis, cbs news, washington. >> political affiliation is a good indicator of whether young americans will buy health insurance. the harvard poll found young democrats are four times more likely than young republicans to by mandated insurance. while millions have
driving down property values and costing the city hundreds of millions in tax dollars. it's also more expensive to finance a home this week. according to freddie mac, the average rate on a 30-year fixed loan jumped to 4.46% from 4.29% last week. the rate on a 15-year loan increased to 3.47%. well, brace yourself because milk prices could double next year to $7 a gallon. that's if congress doesn't reach an agreement on a new farm bill by january 1. and it's not just milk we're talking about. we could see higher prices for other dairy products like butter and cheese. at issue is how to restructure subsidies that the government offers farmers. and it turns out it does cost more to eat healthy. researchers at harvard university found a diet rich in fruits, veggies, fish and nuts cost about $550 more per person per year. starting today starbucks is offering a $450 metal gift card for the holidays. it comes preloaded with 400 bucks but you will have to act fast. last year, all 5,000 of the deluxe cards sold out in six minutes. this year starbucks is only offering 1,000. you can't buy them i
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